DOT Compliance Workshop - Dec. 6-7, 2018

Venue:

DOT Compliance Workshop - Dec. 6-7, 2018

Nashville,  

Time:

From  2018-12-06 14:00:00  to  2018-12-07 22:30:00
Event Description
Over the course of this two day workshop, learn key topics regarding Department of Transporation (DOT) Compliance. This workshop will cover various DOT topics, including: DOT Regulations Overview DOT Compliance Reviews and Audits Hours of Service Rules and Log Book Requirements including ELD's Supervisor’s Drug & Alcohol Training Driver Qualification requirements Vehicles Maintenance & Inspection requirements DOT Interpretations, Industry Standards & Best Practices And much more The instructor of the workshop is Steve Vogel, who has 28 years experience in the safety industry, is a CDS-Certified Director of Safety, has a PhD in Safety Engineering, and two other degrees in safety. Steve has also acted as a safety consultant to hundreds of Motor Carriers over the past two decades. Vogel Safety's goal is to help improve public and roadway safety by assisting companies in obtaining 100% compliance with the DOT Safety Regulations, and to help them understand the importance of reaching higher to attain better profits and saving more lives. Tuition includes the most current version of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations (FMCSR), various course hand-outs and samples pertinent to DOT compliance, and industry best practices are also provided. Continental Breakfast and lunch will be provided each day. Groups of three (3) or more registrants will receive a 10% discount off the general admission registration price. Who will benefit from attending: Those responsible for safety or compliance with safety regulations, such as the following functions: President, Vice President, HR Staff, Shop Manager, Fleet Manager, Senior Driver, Safety Manager or Director, Dispatchers, etc. Why you will want to attend: You will learn what the DOT expects from you and your company, you will learn the DOT safety regulations governing your operation, the interpretations to these regulations, industry standards, best practices, etc. You will also become well informed on the DOT Safety Rating Process, where you fit in, and what you can do to improve your safety scores. We can position you for success:  If your company’s DOT # is newer than 18 months, you will be audited by the DOT for the initial Safety Audit called a “New Entrant Audit”. This audit is a Pass or Fail, and there are what the industry calls “The 16 Deadly Sins”, because if you fail even one of these items, you fail the audit and will lose your DOT #.  Let us help you get started on the right foot.